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My new 'ENERGIE'

Gilet energie BUXOM

Gilet ENERGIE Buxom Sweater in Violet . Price: Contact Energie KLCC for more information.Miss Sixty and Energie boutiques can be found at: MSSIXTY/ENERGIE, Lot 110 First Floor Suria KLCC , Kuala Lumpur.

Gilet energie BUXOM in details.83% POLYESTER,17% COTON

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The head


I'm in love with......

love this part!

The one and only.......Jennifer Lopez.

Armani Privé spring/summer 2010 collection. Images from style.com


Fashion & Architecture

As a fashion student/designer, I have always been fascinated by the great influence of architecture, and have always been admiring architects; Zaha Hadid among others is my favorite. There is an extensive connection between architecture influences in fashion. Apart from that, fashion and architecture have a great deal in common may be surprising, given the obvious differences between the two disciplines. I’m eager to learn all this chemistry in a related field because there are plenty of interesting ideas involving with it. Fashion is thought of as temporary and superficial, using soft, sometimes fragile materials, whereas architecture is considered monumental and permanent, using stiff, highly durable materials. Their scales of production, too, are wildly different: In the world of fashion, designers create garments for human body while architects create buildings large enough for many bodies to live in at the same time. Here, it seems to be that, the point of origin for both practices is the ‘human body’. Both protect and shelter, while providing ways to express identity- whether it personal, political, religious, or cultural. If you have any information regarding on this interesting topic 'Influences of Architecture in Fashion Design' and vice versa, feel free to email me at sandraazwan@gmail.com
Thanks for your help.With love, Sandra Azwan


My Top 10 looks from Balenciaga Fall 2010 Prêt-à-Porter

It’s unique and totally fresh. I just love the way Ghesquière cooperate with the oddly bright colors—pale blue, tangerine, brown, and aqua-the entire look from the collection seems to be completely easy, breezy and beautifully execute. Based from his previous prêt-à-porter collections, we can see that Nicolas Ghesquière is absolutely a great designer who can totally create a whole new image that will transform a women into something that look so fashion forward and above all, re-creating ‘The It Girl of The Future’. Apart from this, it is so amazing to see from year to year, he always have a brilliant new ideas and fyi, I never get bored with his artistic intelligence and his amazing skill producing a great collections or I would rather called a masterpieces. Talking about fashioning the future, Nicolas Ghesquière is the best to express modernity and progress. His amazing ‘work of art’ is not just about experimentation in the name of fashion, but it is more to reflecting women’s desires to free their body from all former restrictions to let in new possibilities.

All images from Style.com


Fashion Illustrations by Sandra Azwan

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In my lovely room!

When one of these essential items shown above is missing or misplaced, then I’m goin’ to be crazy! Yeah, completely crazy!

Cari benda tersembunyi: JARUM

Dimpa is such a fugly name. It reminds me of Oompa Loompa. What? It doesn’t makin’ any sense la Sandra. Dimpa, Oversize Transparent Bag/ Webbing: 100 % polypropylene
Other parts: 100 % polyethylene (65×22×65cm) from IKEA-made in Vietnam! Price: Contact IKEA for more information.

I just ‘receive’ this lovely bag from IKEA and I think it’s cool. I’m thinking about putting all my exquisite possessions into this extremely large transparent bag and go to school. Well, people are going to stare at me and askin’ Sandra, where did you get this gigantic bag? The answer: TTYN;-P